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Hi,

Wondering if anyone can give me any advice.

I have replaced the Main Oven Selector switch on my Delonghi DFS 090 D0 three times and every 6 months or so it stops working and it’s melted.

The part of the switch that is melting is the bit that controls the main oven.

I keep thinking it’s the part that’s failing but this is the third one that’s melted.

The only thing I can think of and what I am looking for advice for is a while back the element was changed by a professional , if the element wattage was too high for the cooker would this cause the melting of the switch?

Thanks

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